OBIE’s SME Forum on Thursday 3rd December at 12pm focused on the increasing use of open banking payments in the UK’s small business economy – driven by an exciting mix of factors:
And the results of our recent survey, where over 60% of small businesses surveyed expressed interest in exploring new, non-card payment options – the second most popular potential open banking application.
The OBIE assembled a panel of experts to share their thoughts on why open banking payments are a good thing for UK businesses, and how they could benefit from increased competition in the payments market.
Moderator: Mark Chidley, Independent SME Representative to the OBIE
If you missed this event, you can see it below:
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